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  • “The more tisanes I drink, the more I realize I really don’t care for hibiscus. This tea is decent when it’s hot, but as it cools; my mouth can’t help but pucker in protest at the tartness. ” Read full tasting note
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From Angelic Teapot, White Rock, BC

Type: Caffeine Free Herb and Fruit Tea
Description: A wildly exotic strawberry and lemon character. A pinch of sugar boosts the flavour profile. Makes terrific herbal tea – hot or iced!
Ingredients: Dried apple, Hibiscus, Rosehip pieces, Sweet orange peel, Calendula petals, Natural Flavours

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The more tisanes I drink, the more I realize I really don’t care for hibiscus. This tea is decent when it’s hot, but as it cools; my mouth can’t help but pucker in protest at the tartness.

Veronica

I’m not a hibiscus fan either.

sarai

Ditto on the hibiscus. I’ll put up with it if the rest of the tea is something I really like, but overall I find that it tends to ruin things for me.

canadianadia

Agreed. There are very few teas with hibiscus that make my favorites list. In fact, off the top of my head I can only think of one – Davids Strawberry Rhubarb Parfait.

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